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Hit Worm Locengi, , . .h tbo year after tbeir introduction a rpnt'(oB aawuianprMd a the rooti i :! irtn Amrwa hut th rro n;ng ;lory of . ,i reiin tin lu t ntlfuDd in his duoovrrt or i r H,!iituii,n.ii, for he lire not clHim to .ie t-iuw iiiwoterHr ol CKIiUkw, whi h i the baciii 4 t h iu r Bom oli r-d to tli'Utlio. lliat hon- -r xngu to thit ctifi inhMin(M of Ontrnl n.-a, to liom i(n mlucii lmv trna kor.wn for timo to l,urlr(J Jrm. Armed ilh it the , .e In ili fiw to 111 inoet dUwdljr niainim, auKi.tn, wv.ljniit Wt, Ut itmal rjorroo srf- Itm a t!l;-wilo thtrr, lt.t v.)iie ihfre m Ui io tli tK.lf , iiie odn n j pttnt to cure, no r twit t!.r d.imuw innjr t. ii iv In. I i'll m not prrrfd to endort tlii iinniol irlon)ioD, I liertht lws Ktii-tld t tlKiroiiKO i!UMin:iti"n ol tlm t-vidnee rl , o n inu, thBt a a rminly and prviii--kir all die armioK from vzpofurr, -nher to iier or tJ.rmue, or to Biiaxmatic iiiflueoceH, Without a Rival. ii.. dvo-rvr tha rpulation it ha ao long t ! iu i''uUH tiuttx and the We.-l JuUie. In Dyspepsia, - ! ftUDiiutt turn f aywrdoiria. It art more kt 4 l it a KM lliau a rrxxiu'irm. There m noth- itfce -ole rang I Materia Medira that run . moment liear a comfauiHon Willi it lu ttiu d.x- luM v)iint of thi wonderful .laot may I j um tl.e;) mi od.Uon f the U. M. KiKpfuiaatory, t and l:wot. r.r ol eiMnnienU in hlrh Pr. Hull has j lor ye:u niKak."'! haa junt been hrounht to a I 1 iui t4rninaiwo, and ha ia bow ntUed to v-ioim public axmtiiDatKn ol EUKON wuh I r approved tonina. the whoie prewrred in the I fc. ,uai,ij of copper dwtilled Ikiurtion Whisky, i i. l.r i itii..flJ-iii ha tM eipial in the world. m.g'it hirnieb a ni:imo ol crtifi(Ml8, but the f i hn long anon Iwrred to enutraie aui'h I - -a t.j llit-ir true Tnie. Tha aaleU plan is lor I i ow iu teat Ur tt.iiwWf the Tirtuea ol a new m s . :..J.' ( GIVE ..THE i ... ICcdroh Bitters i , . ..! ..-. pit Trial trl 0u never ue tny j. other. ', " .' ; '(. Mceinr to nntJii-h a K'oe liai Of dia i i "iimoi toe i . , Joweli, Liver and Kidneys, U aU aftacbone of tb I D'aJln Vaoa Deraoganaal of Aba foaarb or Bowala s i . . .. . ; &at, Klilaatiin andKcnr&Igia ! AXD IN tEVER and AGUE. "leA.DlloiQnerpedealiothwrnBed:B. It r ri.ru IIMW4- diwaeea, Lait it prevenu tnem ' ' it fciu-. iHitm an ' hour Udore 1 I"4' t." 'T'1 the Ji iJcW ol Uie oot u.) t (nt, and acreea Ute u-xoa laklo tt i i-ai., and acrea liie pi Joa takiog " lm.la t:& . . . - --wt uj unm UJIUgTAjlUWIf.. T "!Um aa4 Urorera UeDnallti OR. JOHN BULL, Oftoe, fuuj blreet, Ixwiaf ille, Kj. Wboleeala and Retail by ! TWkTUvilla, A: , Wharf un. (No, .and t Pulil Square,) i i .li...i.i.t iivilio, Tennessee, Whoa!ve!l : Voeji IjESTHOYER, ! ' "s tonic sviiur. CITY DIHECTOKY. sents of lDnrnt( Conptnlei. CVr.ET KMITH, No. 86 and S L-Dioc Htrert, (up f tir reprwteot th VMarmmg, UmTnm : -Ui of BarUorl, hwMinty, Mchin, Meimwti un, ( bmiix mJ Kn:kertackrr Lu'o o( ew lurk, ma coidpnt of Columbus, Ohio. j ATTOHJi E V8 AT LAW, j CAWPBEM.. McEWEN GBOKnIJECK, AUor- y t taw ana Claim A pent, prartwe in all tn t-url. Couect.ona promptly attended to; aim !aima apainxl the United KatM and Voucher eolietted. Oifi.ie It Horih Cherry aireet. Bp ataii-K. 0 A. Attorney ati'J Counsellor at taw. V" nerry at i: u. ttox 78. UASKLUS A51 IIUOKKK. liRrr NATIONAL 2ANK Gowrnisjent Deooai A tory No. 60 tolleta utreei, between Lnion tud aha Public Buare -UralerB ia U'ncnrrent MOKJi JCxohMure, Com. and bovernjoent heuun. t.e d aJ kintis. Stock n and Booda bought aad eold ton ComnuAeioo. Ciihacuona prompuy au KDOail iO. a. (. baaroaD, PresT Jaa. G. OrDaa,Caiir. I h. ii. Jaaiaow, Aaaialaai Caetuer. "X T iK-R. THOa 8. Eroker. corner Union and XlX kllei(e atreett, buyo and aells Uold, Uwur- rt-nt lilouev, (joTcrnmeiit becunueaand Voucaera. ColecUoua attended to promptly. AIho buya and eli on ecmmiatioiL. Ct.C ND NATIONAL EANK OF NAriHVILLK O 'l Cherry street, deals in Exchange, toern- meni curiiiei aim vx a. couecuoua protnpuy aticnced to. J. n aicta, uatiiuer. ' I ij'i 1 Rl AA TKNA li BAJtt eP ASHV!LL J. lexls in Kxcha-ite; overnmeut Uacunliea aiii Oo'n. ikilleuiiOOM promptly ajwadfrd to. r Cx.Ul, biocka an b jndti Svld on CommiHHioa. . W. V. haaar, I'reHdeua, Ewiaa Jo as, Caeliier, ItJXlL. AM) JUItAJs!. iotaii;iig. 1KUKT liUMOWT, Bell and Brass FoundHrs, Alitnulwturers of aiL-bmnm- at -Mratia work. o.eaiet ic kk, Bteara and water pipe, oil well tu ung and pump, pjm hoae, pecking, epaiter, folder ai.d iaii)ljit( iM i tirpad aueer, bear IU nrer. ' iriarli aiOOK AlJUl! PrtlTlSCI. I)r4 KKn-, HRUWNK, HANKS 4 CO., Hook A) sua Joo frinu-rx, ud- ppi lilicr of tle Lim ij awl Hwkly Cuiuii, iTiuier's Alley, bt'.aeen Cuiot and, lAvtdeH;( alreets. lilUiW ACHV. ' 4,-PltKNti HAIKU BBSWKRi'.MANK.fcl. 0 l-AMi, ui:cfer to M. J. lrutaei. br-wen 01 A. and iJier L-cvt, io. it iiioad wrt, Nanh Tille, tt'eun. .. ldec3-ly SINt.LH.TON, tU ii Hookwller, rnbliuhtr .huoiier, and Periodical lteaier, USice luikiiiiK. 1 ' ' " MtkHi HUNT Manufacturers of all the ljut ttyiea of tuat Class Carrmpea and luan, M,iw3 Vi :oui and Carryalia, 'ii .orvti Wjui i-tr.-t-u LA 1,11 At.liM'S, ike. J01DI O'NEILL, Military Attorney and Solicitor oli ClHiuih, rionec-uUm all tdiioMsa- of Claims j.xm iiie i.oTi rr.mt ut lor cKizbiis and Molaitrw. Oiriw t.Kr Mxivt, fii-hTii'e, lenn. lnov7-4ln. flvMFKlNJ, H. CO. U. 8. Caioi A i I.i t r' rj Accounts and Ouiu-wrmHrit-r VoucUr bought i tne lieut ruten, or collected. onide corner Cherry and Ctdar Btreeu, up euirs. IOAL A-M WOOD. 1.r MiiUT P.KOTJlEKi IJera in Cumberlam XV. Htiti t jlUiliuiK Cuil. Woo. I eawed and spilt in i-vove Hent'tiiH. onii'n 'J Chun'a mr.eU lard cd Kolimk M.iinill. touih of hroad. Ail tnlw cU.J promuiiy tULI.l.Cl.U AIiLAIb, Kb. 'I U THILL, lepu:y UnKidUa' Mitrxhal, . tolltX'U Nob.;.-, Aciiouiil.4, &cl, iu Jiddie ion lit m'4 Cilice at buite Capitoi. Deal door to J-ed- f nil Ceuri boom. P. u. Ixick box HI. bee auer- tifomenl in aooUier coluuin j lecv-oin i KUHii Dli'ALUltfcj, Ac. CrONJi . TUN Nii!JLr-.VTiolesale and Retail I M)'kM-iI-r. iStuonerr, and News Agents, No. 4d North Cherry street, Nae41e,- '1 ean. I liKAU ESTATE AG HATS. JU R. W. liKOWN, V.r Estate and General . rainue-H tun-, over I oca a iiooxbtore, Ciuoubtrt et, Nnhilie, Tenn. au2t-eni I 'ALL I'AFJiH, etc Mia;KlTT HILL Dealers in Wa'J raper t. imiow thaUi'S, Window Glat, aad Pboio- rHplut: Mauritl, 47 CLuica sircet, . Majtield buiUdie, cpp-ielte .Maxwell noUie. QLkvELAND, TENNESSEE. Attornrja aud Claim Agents. 1.1 S.! I'tLANT, Att'ircey at Lav?, and Wiir Claim J. Acent, Cleveland, 'I enn. tiovJ-ly OOBS Wnolesal 3 and B otail AT !. iW$$ GO'S, 49 CO! LEG 3 TfcECTy ' ' IVasliville, 'X'emi. TT7Mar9 dnily reoeivint Mid ptX-Eg cur and elegant etc. k ol f ( it SPRINGANO SUMMER GOGOS , i which wo will sell Lower th&4 tfcslaowest. . Our nock oo;ip.li in pan of Calicos rod Pomea-k- tie-t ard brown t-heeting rod Phirung, KretK.i and Bt-jlch tiiOfchaiii", t' ck end Kanry Hi'ks t, .mi.!).!, in all coioiaj 4'C7 ,ua Lnd Moftun bi.Ueo( lu V. Ktylea of New and Kfishior.fible I Brcss Goods, fjire Mantillas and Fhawls. bilk Coaka aad Ciro Inrs, hwisH, .lvnet, and MvhV N(tn30cr3i Muslin, Bnl'autme, Jlarwilioa y,uill. ' A Urge ptyk of Tahie LHien, Tr-we?!i,' Linrn ii Von-te.1 Tai l CoTf r, I tno CoTera, Iru-lt Lueoa, Couon Diaper, . , w , , , . .. ( There can also b fcutid a well ("elected stock of Such aa Fmvh, Encliah and AripWaa CaiiDcra i Lla.'k ltiea m and Broad CloUta, j B. ou.&hote, Kals . . - Comf one, coir e an, and erfnnrne our stock I. Utre puroheMiie slfeiieie. Expteesly.do we C-Ul the aiiection of jpouotry Merclicalsi ;4 we are de te mimed io aelt ' "' ' Cheaper then sny House In tbe City ' Give us trji?, and sat tly yviurself.. - S. SICKLES A CO. , ki . .. i . 4 0lleK Street. " Gaoace HrrwAa-ia,-) Ovoatia MiLaaE, S SM'-f mtn. Altx. iiouaa. y . .. aprilJ-im U . : i.' I-' u I''- i "WHOLESALE GROCEFlyv,,. Cotton, Tobacco Factor Fdrvrardlng and CcpunNea .' : 3lKnC?lANT,.,,. ... '. No 5 Broadway, between Front and Martet Sireeia 1 KAbflVILLE, TESNE-SSKE, .: WILLatUDd promptly to 6UiB orders for South. ra Hemd aula, and reewctluily ao.ictt ooa- a jrTimeoia from ionnrn w n mm . . our roouo w qucl aaiwi and prompt rernrna. ; " PEISTtD ASH rtLIEBED BY , ,' BECKFTT,";; rE0T5Kt BIKS & CO. 8 ATUROi T, JU5 1 1; 1 SBC I THE NEWS. Tte greatest monopoly on this conti nent is -the 'consolidated t TelegTaph Company. It controls eyery wire in the United f tates, except aiEgld le between Washington and New York, and wields m capital of JSO.OUO.OOOrro-; Lawrence Eousseau, .of La , has been pardoned by the TrefcidenL, , So has Lewis IL Ctoxeitef. of S. C. . ' ,, .. A! letter from Lebanon, Ky., eays Gen. Lee will spend his summer vaca tion in the vicinity of Crab Orchard, Kentucky., . A convention of Texas planters wa held in Austin, last week, to origanize a joint etock company, with a capital of $1,UO),000, having for its object the im portation of labor , and the ale of Tex as lands to .immigrants. The plan of operations reported is to employ agents to induce European. labor and capital to emigrate to, Texas, .The company has J been . fully . organised, and only awaits the sanction of the Legislature and the granting f the requiisitd 'sub sidies to go into operation. ' . . f ' ' . 'Several agents of the Covmf on, Kj. lotteries have been arrested i.i Indian apolis, and compelled to give bait for theif appearance at' Court,' to answer to a charge of violating the law in sell ing tickets. . - '''' Messrs. D. Appi,eton i' Co , , of -New York, publishers of th. American En cyclopedia, are becoming nneasy at the rejection of that work ; by the Indiana Stat Board of Education, and have ad dressed a letter to the Superintendent of Public Instruction, in that -State; asking-that -errors in the article in re lation to Indiana,, bo pointed outand promising that they shall be rectified. . The work of aiming for defense in Canada has ceased, but the volun teers are still guarding the principal points. Kight-travel on the Canadian railroads js resumed. The President has signed the bill making appropriations for river and harbor defense and improvements. Major General Alexander D. McCook crossed to the Canada side at Niagara r alls on l uesaay, ana was arrested as a Euppicious character by the military. The General satisfied his captors that he was not addicted to "wearin' o tho green," and they released him with ample apologies for the mistake. Advices from Liverpool state that during the four months ending May 1st, the 'United States have furnished fully bne talf of all the cotton import ed into England. " . Tho Senate Judicary Committee de cided to report in favor of the House bill reducing the number of Justices of the Supreme Court from ten to nine. The intention ia to leave Mr. llenry Stanberry recently nominated to fill the place of Judge Catron, deceased "out in the cold." Seventy-one of the hundred delega tes to the Fifth Union Congressional convention of Iowa, have been instruc ted to vote agiiust tho xe-nomination of Hon. J. A. Kasson. ' The War Department has "made in quiry by telegraph, but can find no con tinuation ot tke. story tliafe , ivntisn trooi have crossed the Canada line and killed and captured Fenians. Judge Manna, of Fort Wayne, Indi ana, died on the 10th, in6t lie was at one time President of tho Ohio and In-4 diana railroad, and afterward of the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago railroad. The receiver of the collapsed Mer chant's National Bank at Washington, has brought suit against the stockhold ers for ?:.W,OOU James C. Gallagher, United States Consul at l once, X orto Kico, oiea on the 28th of May.; ' ' ." r i - The office of the Petersburg (Va.) Express was destroyed by fare Y ednes day morning. The President has nominated Hon. Green Clay Smith, of Kentucky, for Governor of Montana Territory. ( i "- "' The Postmaster General refuses the demand of the New England railroads for increased pay for carrying the mails, The Buffalo Board of Trade sub scribed five hundred dollars to furnish supplies and transportation to destitute remans. The Social Science Convention, which has been in session at Boston, adjourn ed to meet at Philadelphia in lbb7. Its members have generally arrived at the conclusion that the "family system" is the beet for reforming mBtitutioia. The thirtieth birthday of the De troit Advertiser and Tribune was cele brated on Monday by thai , proprietors of that paper giviDg a banquet to their employees ana a nuaiDer oi inviicu - a guest. The Crst prize of a silver cup worth 4,500 j francs,, at the Paris races on the 27tk tilt, was won by Ceylon, a horse belonging to the English Duke of Beau fort. ; The German princes, when they mar. ry a lady not of royal i blood, contract what is called a marganatic alliance. That Ss. the children, though legiti mate, are not heirs to the .oyal succes sion. ! 1 hese marriages now a-uay s taae place for the most part when no other wife is living. Nevertheless there were rumors in England that Priuoe Christian, of Aueustecburg, who ia en gaged, to Victorias daughter Helena, hart a'niortranaUo- wife living.- The re twirl W&s contradicted, and the English wedding will Uke place oa the th of July. From lbs rhtladoir-hi eP ,!. ' : C i " -i j Plantation Hunters.' " The pretense of plantation -hunting rvM&ons that their obiect in coing south ii not to make money, but to better the condition of th benightened popula tion of that region, recalls the anec dote told by Dean STift of the speech ntado by William of Orange, when- he leaded at Torbsy, inlCSH, on bis wij to take possession of the British throne. Mein beeplea," taid his Majesty to a deputation cf loyal Britons, who had assembled on the quay to welcome him, "Mein boeples, I come here . for ( your goat for your goots"' the most remar kable instance, said the sarcastic, and witty Dean, in all history of a man tm cocscioualy telling tha truth, . , ' . A Last Dying Speech. The committee on reconstruction, the ofl'spring of caucus wisdom, the agent of political schemes, and the represent ative oi radical speculations, wita base parentage, and a life of outlawry to legal requirements and constitution al, precedents, being about to pass into au uuuTiuu m ixjuapiete as Ha origin was infamous before its sands of life are all tun out, has indulged in a lengthy and laborious dying confession to the public. - There is something about th report which savors of the special pleading in a desperate case, where law and facts are so evidently irresistible that the earnestness of effort, and the strain or argument displayed, are in themselves Ian acknowledgment of the weakness of the cause, indeed, the whole tone, temper, snd travail of the document reminds us of a ma:: accused at his defence, or a criminal at the dock, stating why sentence should not DQ pronounced. "We have co intention of honoring this report with an elaborate review it is cot of sufficient importance, cor does it possess that weight or character de manding serious attention.' The most complete refutation of the premises of mis paper is its conclusions. If the theory of law and the array of evidence presented by the committee is correct. tuea ia ultimatum is wholly inade quate and unsafe. We know of nothing more wretcnea man its loeic: more unfair than its .parade.of the situation ; more melancholy than its spirit of big otry and partisanship ; more pusillani mous and paltry thfji its remediea Jsvery legal position taken is untena ble, and every survey of the condition ot anairs is the result- ox aaf unworthy bias, and is looked at with "jaundiced eyes," If its portrayal of our national condition is true, and we have no secu rity for the future save .the. few value-, less, unmeaning and impossible amend ments which the committee have sub mitted, then, indeed, ,have our shouts o victory been premature; our war fare has ignominicusly ailed, and every patriot must realize that 'his sacrifices have been in vain, and his hopes for a rescued and redeemed land are" idle and ! unpromising. We have naught but sincere pity for tho" men ' who be lieve the Cassandra comments of this report ; nothing but detestation for the partisans who propagate its doctrines and publish . its misrepresentations ; nothing but profound contempt for the ttttesmen who present such records and such reliefs. In' what estimation shall we hold men who stand in the position of Sena tors and Representatives in the Ameri can Congress, who,, after . a half year's deliberation whether eleven States in this Union are to be represented in the national councils, tell us that "they do not deem it necessary or proper to dis cuss the question whether the late confederate States are still States of this Union?1; ., We, would suggest to this committee that there never have been' cny " late confederate t States," and it is a respect to a treasonable con spiracy which aounda blasphemous to us from loyal ups to refer to the insur gents of the South with such pompous worug. ii is language far more Dentt ing the tory sympathizers with the re bellion in England, and the ill-conceal ed friendship of French imperialists. than American Legislators. We main tain that it is the most dastardly impu dence on their part, or a concession of inability, not to "discuss the question." lhat question was the vital one which they had to meet It lies at the root of the whole matter. If the eleven un represented States are in the Union, they cave rights as fctates, as corpora tions intact, inalienable and inviolable, that cannot be touched without descra- tion and cannot .be invaded without tyranny. In failing to meet the ques tion the committee are chargeable with either cowardice or incompetency; they can take "either horn of the dilemma. ' This Government has been a mon strous engine of wrongAnd, usurpation; this war has been a crime' of unparal leled ! atrocity and infamy; and every American soldier has been a murd rer of his fellow-man . in fact and intent, unless every American State is an in tegral part of this Union, and every person born and residing in them is an American citizen. ' Under tho great charter of the Constitution our armies wentupon the territory where revolt existed to make the rebellious citizens submit to the laws, and enable the States disturbed, by individual, insurg ents to resume their functions and ex ercise their rights, or else the national presence there was unjustifiable, and each man who upheld the Hag on that soil was an invader.' 'Yet this astute committee does cot consider iho de bate on this question "necessary." It dared not fase the issue; for to admit that the eleven States were out of this Union would, be to '.confess that either their act of secession was legal, cr their act of resistance successful Law de nies the first, .and the history of trium phant conflict refutes' the latter these j postulates... To admit, that the States were, are, and ever must be in this Union, is to concede their equal corporate rights, and would condemn the unwise opposition of Congress to the Presidential policy of recognition, and would prove the severest censure on the wicked delay, and the flippant defence of the committee itself. It is difficult to reason withmen who shirk first principles. Said 'one disputant to another, "I will prove the doctrine of atonement in three propositions. "Proceed," said his opponent, "Well, you admit there is a God, don't you?'4 , . ,, , , r .1 ' . .3 : i rso, ! saia . ue; j. uuu i nuuui ..any thine." This is very convenient prac tice for an icconseqaentir.1 discussion: but it ill becomes the dignity of legis lators! deliberating upon the gravest subiedta. Much of this report is taken up in an attempt to traverse the course of Ths Presibext in the work of restoration. There is considerable quibbling on the point of authority, but the results Are left just as they ara This committee dos not propose to nullify one act.ojf the Executive, or to substitute any plan which, thall in a better way demon strate the will of the Southern people or their loyalty. We can imagine no fT-o&ter vindication of President Johs box's oKcial labors In this' direction than tha fact that a formidable com mittee, animated with a desire, to thwart him, and anxious to find a valid objection or a single Saw in his pro ceeding, after six months of careful re search, fail to discover anytnmg wnica they can attack, and do not have it in their power to suggest an alteration or a change In ' his policy, wane con gress, through its ehoien agents, can not produce an instance of wrong tobe corrected, or a superior pol- icy to o pursuea iu tauoiug States to-reapperi it should have the uodesty, if cot the manliccf a, to be si lent in its opposition and condemna tion of Tek FaEsiMEvr. The report in its opinions ot tne loy alty of the Southern people and its canvass ot Southern, affairs, seems to Viare sunk all respect for truth and all claim to lUtescianfihip, According to, it there i" throughout the South "an evidence of an intense hostility to the FederrJ U Kn -We pronounce this false. .. The orgaDlc law of every South national government, the-almost nni- versal quiet and order of the Southern populate, the unexceptionable teaching of the Southern ress and pulpit, which cow mculcateB obedience to tbe laws, the ' example of the fcoaspicuons civil and military leaders of the South,' all stamp this etatenient of the committee without- foundation, and without ex case. . We also deny the right to inter pret dislike to tbe Thirty-ninth Con gress and it duorgftc5zin;; influence, whether vl i oth or JVbrjii, as "an evi dence of boetuli! y to the -Federal Gov ernment" . It is love and reverence to tbe gorermect that causes us at least to be hostile to Congress, - While we are leased to seeao little real strength and argument on the side of taose who result the humane policy of the administration; we feel ho little shame that the oc unci Is of this country have. been disfigured and dishonored by a report partial In its discussion, im patient in-its tenipery impracticable m its conclusions. More than all do we regret that the chairman of this unfor tunate committed who has been re nowned for his Integrity, hie fairness, ana xtis freedom from the excesses of his colleagues: whose contempt for the- onsta had -elevated :him in the public estimation, and whose careful avoid ance ot injustice oo a friend or foe had taught us to point io him as an illus tmtioaor the pa iriot instead of lha politician, and onowho, from the height of statesmanship, looked with disgust upon the mire of irtisanshiD. and who on all occasions, wu had supposed, could oe reiieaupont i..U3e'Cbarapion"of gooa government temperate hbertv. ira iioerai oraer, Bnouia lena the jn- I 1 3 II , . , . . ' uence or his name and position to this ungenerous and unpatriotic report The ifuture will answer its absurdities and its fears; but time will only add to the mortification of those who re member that to a State paper con ceived - in party .spirit .presented for party reasons, to be scattered broad cast for party obiects. -yas appended me came oi - wm. iitt ' t essenden. Wash. Jiepulliccen.'-' From the London Time, May 20. Hanger to the Thrones from War. - We Lave much to hone irom, me strong a is position or me great e- rii . .i i ... ... er part of Europe for, peace.. Of the temper of tbe Germans it is unneces- . a -. l: J a i -n ear w speas,- ana me rrencn are scarcely' less unwiLing to see war again break out A great and gradual change in their character has long been in pror. cress, and" the cat on which for many years wa the terror of Europe is cow as a cation levouid to the pursuits of peace, lnennancspr me empire has given 'almost every individual an in terest in the imperial fund, and railway and other stocks are held very largely by every class of the populatian. Tha savings of every' oae, whether trades man, artisan or peasant have been im periled by the tali in all kinds of se- urities smco theJirst rumors .of war. The people see with apprehension "the interruption of commerce and commu nication; the causo of Italy has never beeft;io popultras might haye been ex pected from a past alliance and the re membrance of common victories, and Prussia has never recovered i:; France the memories of 1 314 and 1815. The Emperor Napoleon, too, as well as the other; sovereigns 'of the continent generally, may - well - see with concern the dimensions and the direction which this .' conflict' - is taking. The Italia i Government' has called popular enthusiasm to its aid and, in continental parlance, allied it self with the revolution: The Kins: of i Tussia is taiKing aoout universal suf frage, and a radical reform of the Ger man Constitution. What may be the relations of the Auurian Emperor to- warutnis less well auectea and non- German provinces, three months after 1 he outbreak of a w ar, is as yet hidden In the future; 'But there is a feeling that this war, if . once begun, will as sume; a revolutionary-character. If these millions bf men meet in conflict thrones will cot remain where they are e-Gennan, Italian, Magyar, Czech and Pole will be moved as they were never moved before, ouch convulsions may be inevitable in the progress of cations, but they are not pleasing to Emperors and . Kings. The position the masses have taken in thesn countries, the in tense interest of all classes, the enthu siasm of one country, the indignation of another, and th proof which has been given that if the sovereigns raise a tempest they will not be able to allay it, must have- its effect upon every wise ruler, however exalted in rank and ex tensive his power. " ' Ci "' ! . Street Manners. We are, says the Hartford Times, the greatest, wisest and most accomplished people in the world, but one cow and then Sees exhibiUoiis or taste and vir tue in the street that tau. an arrow s head I short of peifection." ' Notwith standing the angelic nature of the fair sex, we now and thon notice that they like to march three or four abreast on the sidewalk, witlt their expanded skirta occupying tie "whole" available passway for pedestrians.' ' As 1 we are young and nimble we do cot mind a step off from the curb into the gutter, in order to let tbe radiant plattoon pass without breaking line; bat when we see an aged mac, totUiring under the infirmities of years, compelled to do the same thing, 're are inclined to doubt the fairness, cot of the ladies' faces, but of the monopoly of the side walk they so persistently claim. There ia also a peculiar habit of some of the sterner sex, c tiled men, which is refreshing to notice, as an exhibition of remarkable fane t&iite and decorum. That is. when a lad- passes who is com peiledi to hold up her skirts to avoid the filth or wet on' tie pavement, (?) to stop,, turn round and examine with de liberation, not to say anxiety, ber low er exti-em;Ues-make a minute exarai- catiod of her ankle and whatever else a tiltieg hoop may chance to display. Tilting abeps, to be sure, often display charm?, to which the most cold blooded may' cot always te insensible; and when one sees whi'w hose 'filled with the daintiest propotions. and moving with elastic and graceful step," just a few yard ahead, one ia perhaps cot called upon to cover his eyes with his hands; but to deliberately stop and turn round i upon a paaeii g woman fot- the purpose of inspecting such a pheuome non, is cot in the very best taste. The 'names, ages, l irth-placn and re ligious tenets of the Fenians captured at r ort Lrie, tanaas, ere paDiisnea in the Csn&ds, pspers. iae touti num ber is fifty-eight; fourteen are Protest ants and forty-four Catholics; one is a native of Germany, seven of Canada, twenty-five of Ireli.nd, and the re mainder of the United' State ; nine teen; are under twimty-one ytaxt of go. i WO i IKP0RTER3 ASD EIALEJS3 IS SADDLERY HARDWARE, names Stlrtlnss.and Bridle Lt alter, 1 in whousaIi AiUTicrt Bias rr ! r.. ! Uumca? ffillsroi JPV lies, )) IILltlUuOj UUllUIOl tV ,N0. SO MAIN STREET, Oincimia-ti, Ohio. IU a Fcssnts S. C, SKIT C B. EE CAliP- 'wprS-8ro. Fi 0 ST II ATE Q 11 A L BAH Kv NASHVILLE, TENN. , . ..... . S t . , nav2d Depository : ' ' . s -., . , ..ASH... . Rnaiicial Agent of UnilerJ Sf ates. j lapirai Block paid In - $230,000 hurpins or Contingent Tana - 30,000 TECEIVE3 Deroeita and mare Collections oa a.v an cvws line, poms in un United Slates. ' God, Silver, and Uncnrrent Money, ! JJonght and Sold. , ' DIRECTORS! " M Hoiacb H. HAtaisoK, : ICa. R. Paaaon. A. Q. HrOHD. . . i IJii.fi (Win. . K R. Gtastocs, J Hanar L. Jomis, , ' J.C M'CBOr.y, Cashier. A. U. HARFORD, President ' U. J. J1MI8DS AuL rli THIRD liTIOIill BASK i . . OF .. -V - . " ! . . . . . Nashville, Tennessee. i BTOCKHOLDER8. "W. W. Berry. Chaa. E. Tfiltman1 John Kirkman, ' Alexander Fall, v. weaver, A. J. Duncan, Joseph W. Allen, Edgar Jones, an euros, , jDan'l . Carter, Ldmu&d Cooper. , TuirB Bank has opened in the building lately oc- PLANTERS' BANK, Corner of Union and College Btraeta, tatransaola Kenerat Eaikn, Eichacgc mi Collecting Easincit. Buy and sell all kinds of 6ovenment Securities. Y ' ' " v w . aeent lor tha aai or tvt. n r- W. W. BERRY, , EDO AB JONES, . j PresKtent. Cashier, julyl tf -i , . : . ' , JOHiJ. f 'CAM Wholesale Qrocor - ; j AND . , , ' i Commission . Merchant " ." '. .. ' DEALER IN .Wis, Liquors Cigars, Tobacco I 'NO. 35 SOUTH SIDE BROAD WAV, i . . ....... Nashville - - Tennessee. I - ' : I - 80 Hhila prime New Orleans Sugar, ' Vi do do Porto Rn-o rtUKar. ! do .' Cuba Sugar, fi Barrels Crushed and f owdered Hcurar ! . Uo Granulated Sugar, , , ,. , , I'O do A. and B. Coilee Mupsrt, ' ' :ik i C. extra ansorted Brauda, do TTellow ugar, , . .... 4K Pai?s Rio Coffee, SO Mat Java Codee, ' M SO oo JaernraCotfee i.: i- , ,i : i 10 Bags Uioger, 10 Bags Alibouie, ' 20 Hftin Feooer. . j I'M Barrels Maukerel, m y. bus do Kite - -do . ! ' ' 1 Boxes Soap, ... . ,j s . , -60 ' do BWioh. lOO.OUC Optra, aeortel Brand ' lw lloxes (Janiliea, i . .. i 1 liW do kaiains, . ,. , ' 60 Cases Sardines,' 8M) Cases Oysters, " ' ' 1 1(0 ioa. Bucaeta, ; , ; 60 Hmt Tuns, . . Together with everything nsnaJlv ka'. in wmi. sale Grocery Houses. . . i ..... lot Barrelg Rohertaon Connty Whisky, ' I 6i - do Bourhoa da : do i - 2f do Rye do . 12S do '' Ractified Whislry, ;' ' ' 6 Casks Henneseey Brandy, 5 do Otard. tapuy A Uo.'a Gogniac. 1 Barrels Apple Brandy, very old. 10 do Peach do 6 do Bberry Wmn, In store, and ibr sale at - No. 35 Broadway, . NASHVILLE, - TENN. NISI VILLI, & CniTTlXOOGI RilTLROAi), I CIIANOE OF. TIME.' ' ' Omc or Gtsiuii SrrrBrTESDarT. , . j N. ICmoh. . M.W. Raitaoaon, V ; fiasBViixa, Tisb., Harcb 4ib, 1S6. J AN and after Tuesday, Mareh , 188S, aad antii fur tber noiKie, tamm:ug,mi Trataa will tun as Ui- NASHVILLE & CHATTANOOGA LINE. Lkavi Naihnlle for ChattAnnmra. tmA all munia at i.m a. a. and o jii r. . Arrive at Chatta aooga at 6 JO r. bl aad 5:4 a. ., vest day.. - - htAurauyf Leave Chattanooga aiikiM a, ..and 8:45 t. n. Arrive at hasovUie at 4.11 r. a. and : A ., next day. - All tranaconnect at Wanrsea Ibr Shelhynlla. NASHVILLE A X0ETH WE3TEEN LINE Leve Nashville lor Johnaon villa, and all coiata Weat and .Northwest, at i.M r. a. Arrive at Jona son nlle at :3ur. a. heuirBing Leave JohnaonviJle I.W a. JarriTe at NaanvUie at 8:oa. mu u Traiasoa a S. W. R. R. connect at Johnson. Tilie witn first ciats line of loamers for Padu-b uuivaai st. uaa K&BTH3 AND MEALS FEEII, M r'eamars oranacag with SiNW Sa h-oad. Iaiscingsra ay this roata ;..'.. EAVE EXPENSE OF SLEEPIXO CAP.3 AND MEALS, between Bash ill aodUac. Trains stop at all ntermeate etata. - M. P. JSJIEf4,tenlSnpn . K.iC. an-1 N. A N. W R. k'di. , Slannfacturer ' 's Union Fire Works, IMPORTER Chteeaa Firarvlreni, Rockets, Mauulaiau rer lamtania. Jfian. An- a large assortment of his own imporauoa of . , Tef" and Fancy Coaiia, tt Joha Street, aeai rtadtraT. 2iew-Tork er. ecul-iy . . GENERAL RAILROAD TICKET AND FREIGHT OFHCE A2D i.Mf anaaai d. ril m saw a. i ..-' ' T ' . i t . ... . . . i i . s DProSlTK ST. CLQUU HOTEL, ... "- -! ' ,.W,r ... , . for. tilssrth & Samsf r Kin et?. , TICKETS ON SALE For all principal points, via Nashville , ana Chattanooga Kailroad. IO fclr principal rointa North an if aorta-West via Nashville and North es tern - Kailroad to - Johnson. viIIa. vaira ana ct. Louis ; . ; , ' CONNECTING a l&iro for Chicago and all interme- , . ., . , tuate. SUtions; . . , . . At St Louis with Hannibal and St Jo, i North Aficfinnri an1 P.oitL !.:! w . muv. A bvi "m . . ' . Eoads for all points North ,( and North-West . , . Trains leave Chatlanoora dpnnt ml 7m m n i 650 p.m. for ChattaDoo and pornta South. Wathville and North-Western trains leave tl? Yl m.m. ana :iaj p ra. lor Cairo. St. Ijoui ami hi' oonnectug at JohnsoavUla witlt First Class Steamers, . where the greatest eosvn?eneea have been Tna.le for the traiimer of paioecgers and ragimga- : o detention at John'ODVille. Ther will '... be a VI RdT CLASS HTKAjMKR in readme. ,.r. th. amval of each train. SwOmnitus calls left at tha Office in nroneraaa. son will to promptly utteinied to : mm-fuum willteoaiied Urui nr tart of tha eiiy. H. C. JACKSON, decli-tf , ,. .. PKOPEiETOR. Spring Stock, 1866 AT R. T. Collcso Strcc CAS of A!t BE fiEES-TflESnANDStiMEHTJpTOCK e and Fancy Dry Goods For the present season, ever "xhil'itel in (his city, all bonclit w thin the lt three aencs, and wh.ttvrr decline there may have been in tbe Norih we have pH tlie U-nt fit f an I wiil ;ie to pur custom m. Ve do cot propone any "l-a ts" to our ru-tmnnr !iy ay of ollering Ft-ipie (rood at le-s thi.n cost. witn Uio hope of making it upon other (ioda, hut unoply to aeU everyihing at as small piv?i.3 as the present liih rates oi Kent!, Thju'S, and expenses genemny ill admit ct. utir friends m:v reiy opr.n (titling Hie Uit Ooouj at lli lowest i'rtcask and everything warranted as repreiild. Ilcsant Dress Ell ks, ' Moire Antiques, Grenadines Orsandlcs, Lawns, Trlnted I-incn fambrlcs TZtc lClc. 'i I . LADIES IN MOUANINQ Will find full lino of everything new and desirable . hi thai way. LACK GOOUS, In great variety, in Rett! Point, Point plique, Va- j . leneiennes, etc. Ladles' Silk Sacks, Lace rolnt?. j ' All new and hsndsome. Splendid syock of i i i ! Goods lor Boys' Wear. I I - .. ' ,, MOSIKnV, of ali frradss and sizes. 6-4, 10-4, and 1 14 liaea fcbeetlojta, -4, 10-1, and tl- l C'oWea ahectlae. Tstle Linens mm 4 Cloths, la variety. ,. . Towels and Mapklaa, in variety. Together with Pnnla, T'ometucs, Ootha, Caaai meres, aod everything peruimng '." a trsl-cLat Ltj Gooaa Estaoliahmenl. ALSO 4-4. S-1. 6-4 Colored aad TThila-" Canton Vat. ' ting, cf the very beet makes. ' ' aarUS-Sm VTUII3 well knowa and pepol.tr reeort having been .X laieiy porunaaea ami tiioroUK'iiy retitld ao rernraihlil rn tre beat slvle I v the cndnri -n. ,1 win va lor rwwpuoo Of nxitora On the 20th of May, 1SG0. Tt kat)on of the Springs and the Medicinal prepertiea ot tne waters are a .lire cni.ranti-e anunet u aiaiancua or Lantngioua i lseasr. uinmiitiges will riiD from ali ly trains ca the C 17. and O. R. K. Passengers latmg :ia muaii by lha o'c.lora-, a m. train will arrive .t the Hpnnga at uo ciora m., ana oy leaving on liie j e clock a in train will arnveattbe fcpnnjj. st M p.m Ad lex tera. htggntn, tiarkag... A-:., belonaiua to rnseiH. wofifri wrwam iron inn npnafl Ixoe Sf t&Arpe. A nae (.oLiion caod a Ul be ta attendance li.rt,iii;h out the sea, ion Tba asiial tria Ik k eta tt rednceoT rates of hn vrirt oe Meuea tiy u.-a various rajlroada ieattng IromUsr cmnau. Tha Office will be under tha mrentJnii nf M.'n. R. F. Fit iaLX. lately of the A. lama iLxomaa mnt (ormrnj of I he C a. an 1 fet. Louia It. R . an.l ni O. fc.loPPl.VG, lorir.eiiy of iheira't Ioum-, Leu s- rute, aat Fe! the .nroaa itoaae, iincicnatl tute vintuir. the bpiiuea raa have ever aoen ranee mat im fare and acoommoiatjona will he fl1"-"'- sot superior, to any wster.cg plw.-e iu the Fare St per day for tra-wient gneata, and pro rae trt families. eluldren. and -.vi.oU. rala ayl-n JOii.N H. i k.HK , Prop'r. CinHlRT, WlilTFOIeD & CO., iwrracTCBaas ao wacuauji uraitaa i Ready-Hade. Clothing, 'AJUJtlCASIXrRESSBUILDIMJ, I 5, 67, 1 9 a4 61 HiiJjon, ocr Dnaae Street, T. r. caJtatiT. awar saarrra, . a va ttwin. . a. a uiTeoao, OnVe of Pj bn CarUrt ia li'iuidaUtn. Jtl-bcn aod IRKPATOICK'S Stan! Ohio White Sulphur Springs. SPECIAL NOTICES. OLdOSnuXADBNaW, vHit Sr-iraaea' Iwtoror Mediuce. rtmrhlet mailed tn, au. dfsi t, B Foote, M I lloo broadway, w Turk. COMFORT AND Cl-KE PORTHX RrKTl'Kili. Senifnea. Mdrma, It - footo, M i), 11m broaj a ay, ew Vor. CINFIPEXTIAL INFOJIMITIOX FOR M.KK1K1 Pent free in sealed eaveicp. Aj S B oota, H V, 1UO broad., New Vov. THE MEDICAL COMMON SE-VB-tfO pajva-l-v" niONtrstiona, tl . nt by Bail aTarywlara, ?an piU. Comeaia Table eent r-.. AJ.!re-w U. t;or. K H Ke, s AJ'tias Atwajway. 1 aefe a) rio-iu toa fresceatnajSprb-s. Situatep oxk sii.k irom ths citt o? KA1LLB, and on quarter from uta omo nvi-r, 01 1'l-n Cieek. loo.aaa. Th- SALINE. CU.ALYB SATE. CoNSTiTi sxia i.i 109 Uisi r w.rca i Munntaof Soda. liicarooaa; of ftnn L S tirwas, rJn-artxmateof M aoeia. . . aj i-unt lariHireiie.i Hydrogen r.aea rrt-wv aad as eapes conunualiy frum iha naiar. i . Ah a CaaLTniiaTs Tomc ana taliene Aperot they are uusorpaMted ty any in the world. The proprietor have fitted up the beauaftil hprins in Hie very beet Diaaoer tor tim ccxu. rt and a.-.-omnH).lat'n of V anon aoj Ho.aaaaa, at a next cf 1 aeniy 1 hotieaad PoUar. Tha rooms ara itrce and aeU ventiiateil, who rpariou ha ta. -'iiie lining Koom la finn-thwt in the laiet cno.J-e-'-n atyle, anj will he auppu.i wuh everytaiDa: to p.vropl the appeute, or aaii-ify th waua o OueslH. . The BATFf ROOMS are larire aad finetv fanuehej with Tub and shower, of tte iait Pruiaaeipata s.yl The Kouniam of Mineral Wa-et now ew. atanOy in a rMM,ftil eirce, !k-'o,i ry a tux-y brat set, u fn-at of the main luilain. Taa L'.UNii b.Kl L and hKC r HO RCtJStJ at; he.i, a un.turpa.-ne,l by any. A Sloadi 1 1-ftO.i of Muaiu enjiacl Ibr the sea son. ... . . T!v.JV)VLING SAUXJN3 and BILUARIi TV-BU---I are of the hew, aad tn miry hml.rnrt. '1 he LA 1 ! r.-j- Cu.N r t-CTlO.N Kkt a Ml t, h I Lfc M E.VS' s LOOMS wi t be snorl.e.1 w.ih ..I ire.i cacieaoi toe aeaeoa, vith Ida finest of Wioaa, XJ--qnors, aod Oi.m. ' and other speeiea of amoeemeot ia atand W'l lor llis wanta ol f.miiie, old and vounil 'l iie groins enibiwea M arrea, eovtei wim f .y ditk rent varieties oi Korert Treee. mak.naa araud boaerof Korett Ko!i-t.. : Jl-hilli; can I haa a.ltiiB flva minn-e.' b thSipii Witlt.a rue h ni't n.ie, bv rail, v a hsvn the beet ttaas-tiithina ia tba w.n.t. lha prn;9ae in imnaediaia roona tioo who tDaO!kM Jwver, anrt Kau to any part f tut Pnted Siaiee, an t wittiin five minute- drive of tho ciiy t! a amrvUie, conuiumn a population of Th.rty ihoi toauii inlmU aniM. Ire r-l'Kl.V.S are now nnen L.r V.uixn .! Iloa-lers, an.l wl act close antil the ftrt of N. venib-r. Kami lien, and oihT. .!i.i . u.,rmi Home rr tne."-Boa. cannot tiuji.LiM.n,u.ih. CKtut:j!UNr. I PAKM0MCO.. Propnetora. Sweet Opopouai ! Sweet Oponoaai t 5f. Smith it Cu'a Xcia 1'i.rlu.m fr.jm. i !txu:o. Tho Taris Expositiou wiil astonish and delight the world whoa it ball aro t.r- furued with the Swoet t:)oiouax, for e- ture could not produce a richer geru or mor choice' perfume. K. T. Suuh, of New! York. El Corres Slates. A iwaeUr perfoino Laa never boeu niaJe. juuoU ii OLOATtS HONEY SOAP. Tl iceIeiatelTolle8oap, la such tin. versa! demioil. Is irs le from Itw eholeeal material, ta mild and emotleot 3 ita nature, fraraaUy accnled, and extremely I eneliclal in iu a't.;a upon the ekis. For ale ty all Dru M aod Faoi'j Good r f6 ly i;atch( ior's Jlalr nye! The Org nni and l-t is the World1. The on!y true i I pnl Ji ,:f I yv. luu-ni.ej-s. Kvnatleaa ln-I anourous I n .i.i. cs iiiwi.r linu-iy a -.ea.i.4 hlwn or uaiurnl K.-c.ii, aitrout luiurng t!. air or ri. In. Kt-iiK d.e . ii.e ill 1 1!- u m oa.1 .Ij. vh4 I y it' I irriLV-tv. Tl. .-cu in is ial W.il.ain A. t H- iitir, , Alio, i;-:iirntUu,C ttrtct f f Mil. urs, fjt KealorioK atid lieailt Ij.u Him ha.r. ' CHAKI-ICa 1 ATCHKUiR. acidVIy ,Vw V..r. Co to r.rynt, fmuii.a A Co 'a Ma-ht-lle Hn. dw ('oil.-fe for a lii'irouuh rf.tKn in rtwk - Keepn.j, Teriii.iDsli'P, t'onniierc;.! I jaw, Coiiiruerc el Iwrn. laii'.w, P'trtneri-ii.p, Hi li.enienut, html r t..i x aiier, Cireuiar, Ac. Aldi-s J Kl AM, &li;.l ION A CO. ooilvly. Ccnsuniiitlec, acrcfula, P.Iua- nialisni. Ac HKuKMA.N A Co-H emiiine MclK m i! r.i I ,,.r till tiiia pruvej, l.y lect yean, nniii .. tlie nm.-t VHlii.ii i.. rum .ly in u-e, asa'um u ur theilieewe, it gnee ein-iu'ih and tj i:,e ,.. lient Wwriiiiud piuu aua nm.l.lre. n r re-hlj.r, aitu gre.il rare, aacout any an i,. ,u t. a tol by lmw.w tit.i.Kl.Kt 1 1, inarl-LinJ. . ClieiuirU and LrujoiLi. . I. t , PEOPLE DIFFIIU lusay eolaia, bat a. I axrve tbal SMOLANDElL'i LATH ACT UltKU curas KID.ViV DHAESaa, BHEl'MATISM, I KI NAKTf IiL-ORf-KH, GRAVEL, WKAkXfc ao4 PAINS in the BACK, FKMALK CCHPLA1S P. and MHEAsfcS arising from KXC&MC. nior. qilielly ami effectually than any flui.l i'.rarl Lu:kt lathe marki-t. rniY H:.ioii.A.jijii:if4 j TAKE XO OTHLil. Sol..hyaJl Apothcfre. Price ft. " EV IN A PENDLKTUN and tEMOMLLE 1 Co Agents fur s-llllle art.1 veinitv. el al.K.Ii.li a KCH.KK.-i, wLolesa.'e Inii.-sts Bostf b, Maes., (moeral Ageata. ( ..,i-ir wJ, AltKA.NSAS IIKAUU F11U3I. . Trtimony of .nedicul IeB. hfmx Tout, White ea, Ark My . isea. Pa.j.nia riui Iro.r Lml ruary 1 was in LUMilte pur ha m dnijro, ami I got mcd e f your S.r ;r ha and CedToa b.ttera. My aon-iu l.w, wdo as ana m in the store had tin down wiih rheumetwm frr s- mt un co"ituetK-ed on ta 1; tiers, aad sooqIjuoU Us gva er;il heaitti improv.t. - irt fot.t, wni tuts Ikmbi ia bad health, tr.ed them, and t ai-o unproved. tr. (18,M hvl keen In 1.J ho.l'.h fjr several year mo, -A al Uver arfeoi.! ba roprave-i very tnocti l y the .. f yMar bitters. in,Mwd tb , . dron 8. Hers has given yon freai ponu arav ia in aeitleaient. 1 itjink I oouid sell a great .iuaontv uf youf rnHl:c:aea t'na laii e.peri l, o y.,or Ca oroa fciu.raaad eaiMaparila. hn p n v a M.iu jhis, CaieKckettaAto.y. aU.pe. Uuiiy c. a. WALKER. Eitract of a Letter from rrovideace, t Alubama. Pauvmsar i. At., d you May IS.1V4. Di. J.MfS Prtt: 1 ai fr.r t'eina Bitters; please .ead wnat it wi.l coma to a U-v par ing freight to t'oiunirsM, Mm. 1 bava tstea tr'u Ued lor ee.-ral yMm w lUindeafoa; have ha.1 to lake p, Is every u.jrhl for tea or Slteea vej- sad IB Feiruary, IA 1 waa atlke.1 wil!, geaeral i r.yic I was roe fined to try room lor raaaneo oi n year; and in fael eonLaued la a very wm. aol nervoua eondit-oa Bnt l ,ma two tooeu, . a, wbea i was na.iraa opera ion. aad Tou O-ir.-. K tiers fr irearnent I eomm.nr.1 iinpr.v d rghtawsy, ant arn pr-tiy w. i r.u.rad. I Voura,Tmiy, , For sal, ly A.L.aAfc. ! Who ali-se: BULL'S8AE3ArARILLA, JiULL'8 WORM DKjTl:oTER, . KMITII'ii T05IC 8TP.UP. PURE LAKE IOE WILL he I arr.iiK delivered to any part of tha en. arr.i,a, bote s arid ltus.i. -. i-wp.ij ph.. 1-iie.l, r.y Jearisz U.r ardraa at ryAJiTKD-Marmd i.,, wSw- nti Mm t of aa loereasa at km.. r:ll Siafiin t s l L.i W: . " "" " V V 'I 1 'I. VliafL St r rl ValEkh 4 .a.... . . - . - .. dential.l - l"i" ,Tl". r U-l"- aarl t,-.mwe p. o. 1V 1 1 . , uwi .e.mii r;L.iJAKi)!p- BrLLT.Rr i ... A 1 wom l ca 1 Uie atet.oa ef h..-irr:1Rr ' ' V . T f IT . ....... m lha world fr .Us .t, -..iTT br?o.rr. and durah.1 ty, when I wil .tTT m"m ia a !.n. .ilc of Clo lu" cTT'i thing eo,,nc.ed w -h I trW' r7:JLi ".fc ti?Zl " " . . I , ' - - ' ' i. s. 4ioa r re-vccto. a ase.aarc-i- vaiti-iW.St-siftTWsaF-Bvia.